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Enter into the greatest story ever told. In this carefully researched retelling of the story of Jesus, Russ Ramsey invites us to rediscover our wonder at Christ's sinless life, brutal death, and glorious resurrection. Featuring forty short chapters recounting key episodes from Jesus's time on earth, this book expands on the biblical narrative in a fresh and creative way--giv Enter into the greatest story ever told. In this carefully researched retelling of the story of Jesus, Russ Ramsey invites us to rediscover our wonder at Christ's sinless life, brutal death, and glorious resurrection. Featuring forty short chapters recounting key episodes from Jesus's time on earth, this book expands on the biblical narrative in a fresh and creative way--giving us a taste of what it would have been like to walk next to Jesus and experience his earthly ministry firsthand.


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Enter into the greatest story ever told. In this carefully researched retelling of the story of Jesus, Russ Ramsey invites us to rediscover our wonder at Christ's sinless life, brutal death, and glorious resurrection. Featuring forty short chapters recounting key episodes from Jesus's time on earth, this book expands on the biblical narrative in a fresh and creative way--giv Enter into the greatest story ever told. In this carefully researched retelling of the story of Jesus, Russ Ramsey invites us to rediscover our wonder at Christ's sinless life, brutal death, and glorious resurrection. Featuring forty short chapters recounting key episodes from Jesus's time on earth, this book expands on the biblical narrative in a fresh and creative way--giving us a taste of what it would have been like to walk next to Jesus and experience his earthly ministry firsthand.

30 review for Behold the King of Glory: A Narrative of the Life, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dan Wolgemuth

    This is a masterfully written book that shifts the spotlight onto the life and teaching and love and compassion and justice and sacrifice of Jesus. It does so without fictional liberty, but with amazing clarity. Russ Ramsey is a powerful writer. Gifted and anointed. This is a great example of that.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gerald

    The story of the gospels never gets old. Mathew, Mark, Luke and John wrote the most riveting story ever told. In this book the author writes the same story in a chronological manner, taking the best accounts from the different gospels and most crucially includes the background information that is vital if one is to understand the various characters, social norms, political atmosphere that these events were taking place. No one can add to the gospel narrative and I appreciated how the author avoi The story of the gospels never gets old. Mathew, Mark, Luke and John wrote the most riveting story ever told. In this book the author writes the same story in a chronological manner, taking the best accounts from the different gospels and most crucially includes the background information that is vital if one is to understand the various characters, social norms, political atmosphere that these events were taking place. No one can add to the gospel narrative and I appreciated how the author avoided the temptation to add too much and just presented the story as they were originally told and puts the context. Over the course of 40 chapters he charts the birth, ministry, death and resurrection of Jesus. What a story it is; The Story. Amazing book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Adam Robinson

    I've been reading this book as a part of my quiet time for the past couple of months and I highly recommend it. Ramsey harmonizes the gospels and tells the story of the ministry of Jesus as just that: a cohesive story. As I read it I began to see how much of my biblical imagination has a theatrical quality to it: I think about it as scenes or vignettes (parables, miracles) instead of a moving, living story about real people. I believe that but sometimes I see now how I slip into just these scene I've been reading this book as a part of my quiet time for the past couple of months and I highly recommend it. Ramsey harmonizes the gospels and tells the story of the ministry of Jesus as just that: a cohesive story. As I read it I began to see how much of my biblical imagination has a theatrical quality to it: I think about it as scenes or vignettes (parables, miracles) instead of a moving, living story about real people. I believe that but sometimes I see now how I slip into just these scenes instead of the whole story. Ramsey fills in details between these scenes and walks us through all the gospels. But in doing so he doesn't stray far from Scripture. The book is littered with footnotes to point you to the Scriptures he's quoting, paraphrasing, or referencing. The result is a very engaging journey right alongside Christ during His ministry. The book is intended to be a devotional during the Lenten season so if you're looking for something to add to your pre-Easter experience you would do well do pick up this book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan Crabb

    Gets better every time I read it. Jesus is fascinating and utterly compelling. Praise his name. I bought this last year to read through at Lent, but never got around to it. This Holy Week, I read all the way through and what an experience it was. Ramsey's threads the stories of the Gospels into one cohesive whole. Being able to see the larger themes play out and even more seeing Jesus as a man who had passions, frustrations and a purpose was great. This is absolutely a yearly read from here on o Gets better every time I read it. Jesus is fascinating and utterly compelling. Praise his name. I bought this last year to read through at Lent, but never got around to it. This Holy Week, I read all the way through and what an experience it was. Ramsey's threads the stories of the Gospels into one cohesive whole. Being able to see the larger themes play out and even more seeing Jesus as a man who had passions, frustrations and a purpose was great. This is absolutely a yearly read from here on out.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Dave

    Russ Ramsey teaches with such fresh words. He is an anecdote for those who have heard all the Bible stories before. This book brings Jesus into focus. It helps restore the wonder of Jesus's life. Russ Ramsey teaches with such fresh words. He is an anecdote for those who have heard all the Bible stories before. This book brings Jesus into focus. It helps restore the wonder of Jesus's life.

  6. 5 out of 5

    May

    From the start of Jesus’ ministry building up to his resurrection/appearances/ascension, this narrative takes few liberties in weaving the gospel accounts and Scriptural foretelling together into a seamless and captivating tale. At times, I’d find myself reading and wondering, is this part really in the Bible? And with footnotes denoting those references, I was led to better understand a story that has been so familiar and yet continues to ensue wonder. Ramsey has brilliantly imagined the in betw From the start of Jesus’ ministry building up to his resurrection/appearances/ascension, this narrative takes few liberties in weaving the gospel accounts and Scriptural foretelling together into a seamless and captivating tale. At times, I’d find myself reading and wondering, is this part really in the Bible? And with footnotes denoting those references, I was led to better understand a story that has been so familiar and yet continues to ensue wonder. Ramsey has brilliantly imagined the in between without tampering with accuracy. I want to use this book to share the gospel with others!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mary Rachel Fenrick

    3.5 stars. There were a few chapters in this book that were excellent, and I appreciated having the book to guide me through reading the gospels during the 40 days of Lent. However, the Scriptures plainly speak for themselves, and there were times when I felt that the author took too much liberty in interpreting them.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Keaton

    This book lends a narrative thread to the accounts of the four Gospels as well as supplements those accounts with historical context and allusions to other relevant Biblical passages. I've read the story of Jesus many times, but each time brings with it something new, and this book helps with that rediscovery as well as pointing its readers to Christ. This book lends a narrative thread to the accounts of the four Gospels as well as supplements those accounts with historical context and allusions to other relevant Biblical passages. I've read the story of Jesus many times, but each time brings with it something new, and this book helps with that rediscovery as well as pointing its readers to Christ.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Garrett Becker

    At first I was a little skeptical about this because I wasn’t sure how extra-biblical this would be, but this was really well done! Very faithful to scripture and blends the four gospel accounts into one cohesive narrative. Ramsey was creative in how he told the story of Jesus while also not straying from the Bible. Definitely reading this again before Easter.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Amy Kannel

    4.5 stars. Excellent, would recommend. Formatted to work well as a Lent devotional (40 short chapters).

  11. 5 out of 5

    Emily Pennington

    Love this and Behold the Lamb. Really help put you in the story and make it real.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey

    A kind of explanatory narrative (and sometimes speculative), this is very edifying reading, though not a substitute for the Gospel accounts themselves.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Josh

    I am the worst at taking things for granted. This morning I woke up in a warm house while it sleeted and snowed outside. I had soft-boiled eggs and fresh brewed coffee for breakfast after I used our indoor bathroom. I threw snowballs at my kids because my muscles had oxygen-rich blood flowing to them because of my defect-free heart and healthy lungs and because my nerves functioned properly due to my healthy brain and spine. I hit the cat because I don’t throw very well. I started my paid-for an I am the worst at taking things for granted. This morning I woke up in a warm house while it sleeted and snowed outside. I had soft-boiled eggs and fresh brewed coffee for breakfast after I used our indoor bathroom. I threw snowballs at my kids because my muscles had oxygen-rich blood flowing to them because of my defect-free heart and healthy lungs and because my nerves functioned properly due to my healthy brain and spine. I hit the cat because I don’t throw very well. I started my paid-for and functioning vehicle after saying goodbye to my beautiful wife and made it the 20 miles to my great job on less-than-ideal roads without incident. It is easy to take things for granted. Even really, really nice things. Even really, really amazing things. As a Christian I have found it easy to take the story of the greatest of lives for granted. I have come to the Scriptures and the stories with a ho-hum, same-old same-old, “We’ve been here before” attitude. My familiarity with this narrative, coupled with the residual sin that still entangles this justified sinner, has often bread a contempt of the apathetic sort. The first time I encountered this truth it crushed me. I never expected this story to lose the, deserved, impact it had had on my thoughts and affections. As I have grown in my faith and endured the spiritual valleys and spiritual dryness that God uses so often for my good, I have realized that this is part and parcel of being a finite, sinful being engage in active, spiritual battles. So, instead of lamenting my trip through the valleys, I have learned to look for ways that the Shepherd is leading and comforting me through them. Behold the King of Glory by Russ Ramsey is a work that will be used to refresh many a weary traveler. Ramsey takes the reader through the biblical narrative in a fresh way. Behold the King of Glory reads like a historical fiction about the life of Christ but with an emphasis, a heavy emphasis, on the “historical.” The historical aspect is Ramsey’s fidelity to the biblical text. Ramsey harmonizes the Gospel accounts and presents the life of Christ in one narrative rather than four accounts. But there is fiction. And this will be off-putting for some but I do not think it should be. This is not a “search for the historical Jesus” or a veiled attack on the sufficiency of the Scriptures. Ramsey is presenting the Scriptural portrayal of Jesus. What he does helpful is to make explicit the implicit. Ramsey includes in the narrative the thoughts and feelings of characters and the cultural assumptions of the time. He gives context. What you would normally find in the study notes of a Bible, Ramsey weaves into this narrative. So, we should not burden ourselves with questions like “Did Peter really think that?” or “How would we know that Thomas said that to the other disciples?” or etc... The answer is, of course, “We don’t know.” And while it would be wrong for someone to present these sorts of speculations as the revealed word of God, Ramsey does not. This is not a new translation. It is not designed to supplant the Gospel, it is a supplement. This is a teacher teaching us the word through story. And doing it very, very well. Behold the King of Glory reminds us of the fact that this story of God become man, this story of redemption accomplished, this story of love to the point of death, this story of victory over death actually occurred. It happened in real time, in a real place, with real people, and accomplished real results. God actually became man. Jesus Christ actually tabernacled among us. He actually taught, healed, rebuked, and performed mighty acts. He actually died and he actually rose. He actually ascended and will actually return again. Ramsey reminds the reader of these truths in a way that consistently points the reader back to the Scriptures, refreshed and ready to meet the God of the universe in the pages of his revelation. I received a review copy of this book from the publisher

  14. 4 out of 5

    Michael Boling

    The life of Jesus is truly the greatest story ever told. God incarnate coming to earth through the miraculous virgin birth foretold so long ago for the purpose of being the perfect sacrifice for sin is a historical series of events unmatched in the history of the world. It is no wonder the Gospel accounts are such a treasured part of Scripture. With that said, given there are four separate accounts of the life of Jesus, walking through the life of Jesus in a chronological manner can be a bit of The life of Jesus is truly the greatest story ever told. God incarnate coming to earth through the miraculous virgin birth foretold so long ago for the purpose of being the perfect sacrifice for sin is a historical series of events unmatched in the history of the world. It is no wonder the Gospel accounts are such a treasured part of Scripture. With that said, given there are four separate accounts of the life of Jesus, walking through the life of Jesus in a chronological manner can be a bit of a challenge at times. Russ Ramsey, in his excellent book Behold the King of Glory, provides a narrative account of the life of Jesus the Messiah. Ramsay notes in the preface to his book that his approach to writing a narrative account of the life of Jesus is based on a Johannine style of writing as close to what one would find in the Gospel of John as possible. A third person narrative is used with Ramsay “making no direct eye contact with the reader until the end.” This writing methodology provides the reader with short and engaging chapters that can be used as a devotional reading or that can be read several chapters at a time. However one chooses to read this book, they will find Ramsay’s effort to be quite excellent. While written with a definite effort to tell a story, the important theological aspects of the life of Jesus are not overlooked by Ramsay. The reader will find themselves drawn into the storyline in much the same way they would be drawn into a masterfully written classic such as that written by the likes of Charles Dickens or Jane Austin. What sets Ramsay’s effort apart from such noted writers of fiction is he provides the reader with a journey into the life of a real life person, namely that of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I found myself transported to the first century, feeling as if I was in the crowd listening to Jesus teach his disciples the Sermon on the Mount or actually feeling as if I was in attendance at the wedding at Cana when Jesus turned the water into wine. Ramsay has a definite gift of being able to share the glorious message of the gospel as revealed in the life of Jesus in a way that is very readable yet loses none of the Bible’s theological punch nor the importance of what Jesus did on our behalf. This is no mere child’s bedtime story or something for a bit of life reading. What Ramsay has encapsulated into the forty chapters of this book is the life of the most pivotal man in all of history, the Messiah who lived a perfect life and who died on the cross and rose again to conquer sin and death for us. Embedded in each chapter of this book is that beautiful and important message. Behind the skilled storytelling and writing is a passionate plea by Ramsay for the reader to pay attention to what Jesus came to do and what he accomplished on our behalf. This book is titled Behold the King of Glory for a reason and that reason is felt throughout this book, namely Ramsay’s effort to reveal how the story of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus reveals that he is the Lamb of God. That is the message of this book and rightfully so. Resonating on each page is a declaration that Jesus is Lord and thus he is worthy of our worship and focus. I very highly recommend this book for all believers. In fact, this book would be excellent for new believers as a helpful one-stop reading of all the gospel accounts. Ideal for use as a devotional or for general reading and study purposes, this book should find its way into your library immediately. You will be challenged, encouraged, and at the end of the book you will find yourself in thankful praise and adoration of Jesus our Messiah. I received this book for free from Crossway Books for this review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

  15. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    Looking for a book to read for Lent? You might want to consider reading Russ Ramsey's Behold the King of Glory. Ramsey retells gospel stories for his readers in forty chapters. The goal of this one, I believe, is to help readers grasp the big picture, to see how all the stories within the four gospels, come together to tell one story: an amazing story of a Savior and King. It is slightly similar to John MacArthur's One Perfect Life. Slightly. One Perfect Life is made up of Scripture. The Scriptur Looking for a book to read for Lent? You might want to consider reading Russ Ramsey's Behold the King of Glory. Ramsey retells gospel stories for his readers in forty chapters. The goal of this one, I believe, is to help readers grasp the big picture, to see how all the stories within the four gospels, come together to tell one story: an amazing story of a Savior and King. It is slightly similar to John MacArthur's One Perfect Life. Slightly. One Perfect Life is made up of Scripture. The Scriptures have--at times--been rearranged or made more concise. But it seeks to give readers a big picture of who Jesus is from Genesis to Revelation. One Perfect Life is also twice as long as Behold the King of Glory. Behold the King of Glory is a retelling: an informed retelling, no doubt. It is a retelling that seeks to bridge culture gaps and provide deeper context to contemporary readers. It is a substantive project. And it's a project that I can appreciate. The chapters are not short. The readings are not overly devotional. The readings are meaty, substantive, giving readers something to think about. Don't expect a novel. Don't expect a devotional book. It won't read like either type of book. It is not a paraphrase of Scripture. It is at all times reverent. At times it is creative, imagining how people felt, what people saw, what people said, etc. At times it reads more like an introduction to a Bible book or a study note. But most of the time it is factual sticking closely to Scripture though not the wording of Scripture.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Wade

    This book presents the real Jesus as Scripture presents Him, and yet it does so in such a way that it is a narrative that flows steadily and smoothly. It doesn’t feel like a collection of a bunch of Scripture references, but rather it feels like a single story moving along at an ever-increasing pace (on its way to the death and resurrection of Jesus). The storytelling is very engaging. Ramsey has a unique voice in his writing-style. He does a great job painting metaphors that bring us into the s This book presents the real Jesus as Scripture presents Him, and yet it does so in such a way that it is a narrative that flows steadily and smoothly. It doesn’t feel like a collection of a bunch of Scripture references, but rather it feels like a single story moving along at an ever-increasing pace (on its way to the death and resurrection of Jesus). The storytelling is very engaging. Ramsey has a unique voice in his writing-style. He does a great job painting metaphors that bring us into the story so that we can smell the smells and touch the textures of everything in the setting. Also, the historical emphasis of the book is very helpful. For instance, there are a whole bunch of different Herods in the gospels; Ramsey (without getting bogged-down in detailed, historical minutiae) very clearly explains which Herod is which and the role that each Herod plays. Ramsey’s clear, easy-to-follow historical details shed a valuable light on the social and political climate surrounding Jerusalem, the Sanhedrin, Galilee, and the Roman rule of the time. All of that said, the best (and truest) compliment that I can give this book is to point out that it genuinely made me want to worship Jesus (the King of Glory) more deeply… I guess that’s probably the best compliment I could give any book. I’m grateful for this book and even more grateful that this book pointed me beyond the words on its pages to beholding the risen King of glory.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ronia Dubbaneh

    I hesitated before buying this book, wondering whether I really needed a narrative re-telling of the gospels when I could just read the gospels themselves. But I decided to give it a shot after reading really positive reviews - which I can now tell you hold absolutely true. This book helps you see Jesus with clearer eyes by painting an intimate portrait of the last 3 years of his life. There were so many holes filled in for me, so many characters fleshed out, so many questions answered. I found I hesitated before buying this book, wondering whether I really needed a narrative re-telling of the gospels when I could just read the gospels themselves. But I decided to give it a shot after reading really positive reviews - which I can now tell you hold absolutely true. This book helps you see Jesus with clearer eyes by painting an intimate portrait of the last 3 years of his life. There were so many holes filled in for me, so many characters fleshed out, so many questions answered. I found myself, in nearly every chapter, going "oh! that's why he did... that's why he said... that's why this happened..." I would definitely recommend this if the Bible bores you, or if you just flat out want to know Jesus better. He is so, so much sweeter after this book.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Janna Lafrance

    I took some time to read this wonderful book by Russ Ramsey. Time was necessary for me to fully absorb the story of the life of Jesus, told in a new and very relevant way. I now have a well-read novel with many dog-eared pages to mark quotes that were particularly meaningful. One such quote is this: "The light that flooded the Jordan valley would go with him wherever he went, shining in every dark corner of every dark heart, exposing every dark secret in a world that had grown quite fond of its s I took some time to read this wonderful book by Russ Ramsey. Time was necessary for me to fully absorb the story of the life of Jesus, told in a new and very relevant way. I now have a well-read novel with many dog-eared pages to mark quotes that were particularly meaningful. One such quote is this: "The light that flooded the Jordan valley would go with him wherever he went, shining in every dark corner of every dark heart, exposing every dark secret in a world that had grown quite fond of its shadows." Well done, Russ. And, thank you.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Rachelle Sperling

    I really enjoyed this narrative walk through the gospels. I found myself looking at the gospels again through fresh eyes and was once again surprised (and delighted) by Jesus. Under each chapter title there were Scripture references and annotated throughout the chapter were additional footnote references so I was able to dive into the Scriptures themselves first and then enjoy the way Russ Ramsey pulled the narrative together and brought to life many details that are easy to overlook. I'd absolu I really enjoyed this narrative walk through the gospels. I found myself looking at the gospels again through fresh eyes and was once again surprised (and delighted) by Jesus. Under each chapter title there were Scripture references and annotated throughout the chapter were additional footnote references so I was able to dive into the Scriptures themselves first and then enjoy the way Russ Ramsey pulled the narrative together and brought to life many details that are easy to overlook. I'd absolutely recommend it, for Lent* or any time of the year. *(The book is divided into 40 chapters).

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sophie Bavadra

    Russ Ramsey really brings life to the characters and setting of the gospel of Jesus Christ.. I've always found the gospel a bit hard to understand! This is a great book, Russ really describes the setting surrounding Jesus - the politics, the state of religion at that time as well as the characters/background information of the people Jesus came across, the disciples, the Pharisees & Samaritans.. So now that I go back to read the gospel it is so much easier to understand. I suggest reading this a Russ Ramsey really brings life to the characters and setting of the gospel of Jesus Christ.. I've always found the gospel a bit hard to understand! This is a great book, Russ really describes the setting surrounding Jesus - the politics, the state of religion at that time as well as the characters/background information of the people Jesus came across, the disciples, the Pharisees & Samaritans.. So now that I go back to read the gospel it is so much easier to understand. I suggest reading this as a guide to understanding the gospel.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Noel Raggio

    Amazing account of Jesus's life on Earth I loved this book! It is a clear compilation of Biblical accounts and history. How could anyone who reads this not fall in love with Jesus? I have studied the Bible and knew all the stories, but saw things with new light. It is divided into 40 chapters, perfect for a.Lenten devotional, but I devoured it all at once. Thank you, Russ Ramsey! And even more, thank You, Jesus!! Amazing account of Jesus's life on Earth I loved this book! It is a clear compilation of Biblical accounts and history. How could anyone who reads this not fall in love with Jesus? I have studied the Bible and knew all the stories, but saw things with new light. It is divided into 40 chapters, perfect for a.Lenten devotional, but I devoured it all at once. Thank you, Russ Ramsey! And even more, thank You, Jesus!!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Katy Sammons

    It blessed me greatly to read this book during Lent. Following is one of my favorite quotes: "The stranger took Cleopas and his wife through the Scriptures, from the books of Moses to the Prophets, showing them how suffering and humility were woven together into every story of God’s redeeming grace. God did this because his call on the lives of his people was not to a life of freedom from him, but to a life of utter dependence upon him." It blessed me greatly to read this book during Lent. Following is one of my favorite quotes: "The stranger took Cleopas and his wife through the Scriptures, from the books of Moses to the Prophets, showing them how suffering and humility were woven together into every story of God’s redeeming grace. God did this because his call on the lives of his people was not to a life of freedom from him, but to a life of utter dependence upon him."

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ann Gemmel

    Russ Ramsey pulls from the four gospels as well as Old Testament references to give the reader a full orbed narrative of the final weeks of Jesus life, his death and subsequent resurrection. His 40 daily writings took me through Lent this year and truly helped make my most beloved story of all come alive in new and fresh ways. Could be very effective as a family devotional for lent for families with school age children.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Stefanie Delinois

    This book really helped connect me to the story of Jesus. Having been a Christian for a long time, it is easy to read the story of Jesus without truly marveling in it. Russ Ramsey is a fantastic storyteller, and does a phenomenal job painting the picture of Jesus's life. It reads like a story. This feature helped me imagine Jesus and deepened my understanding of the culture and time in which Jesus lived. It was wonderful! This book really helped connect me to the story of Jesus. Having been a Christian for a long time, it is easy to read the story of Jesus without truly marveling in it. Russ Ramsey is a fantastic storyteller, and does a phenomenal job painting the picture of Jesus's life. It reads like a story. This feature helped me imagine Jesus and deepened my understanding of the culture and time in which Jesus lived. It was wonderful!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Margo

    This devotional book is well-suited for a journey through Lent, which is how I used it. Russ Ramsey leads you toward the Cross and beyond with compellingly told and emotionally stirring vignettes (similar to his Behold the Lamb of God book for Advent). I look forward to perhaps making this a regular part of my Easter preparations, and I recommend it highly.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    Russ Ramsey has such a way with story. He has the rare gift of being able to tell the ones we know so well in fresh and meaningful ways. He weaves history, theology and humanity into a beautiful offering that resonates deeply. Highest recommendation.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lacie Ernst

    The 40 chapters of this book made it the perfect read for Lent. Russ Ramsey allowed me to view the gospels in a creative and fresh way, seeing some things for the first time. I also used the study guide which included some thought-provoking questions. Highly recommend!

  28. 4 out of 5

    nate

    I really enjoyed reading Russ' book over the month leading up to Good Friday and Easter. I saved a few chapters and finished it off today. A wonderful book that can be used as a devotional or just to pick up and read any time. I really enjoyed reading Russ' book over the month leading up to Good Friday and Easter. I saved a few chapters and finished it off today. A wonderful book that can be used as a devotional or just to pick up and read any time.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jake Willems

    A great re-telling of Jesus' life and ministry. Short readable entries. Highly recommended. A great re-telling of Jesus' life and ministry. Short readable entries. Highly recommended.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    Beautiful . . . It reads like an epic story . . . and then you realise . . . This one's TRUE!!! Beautiful . . . It reads like an epic story . . . and then you realise . . . This one's TRUE!!!

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